Unpayable Debt co-director addresses the recent historic protests in Puerto Rico.
Frances Negron-Muntaner discusses the recent protests in Puerto Rico in conjunction with her Valor y Cambio project.
Co-director of the CSSD working group Unpayable Debt has won an award from the Latin American Studies Association.
Frances Negron-Muntaner gave a lecture entitled “The ‘Valor y Cambio’ Project: Practicing Art, Narrative and Just Economies in Puerto Rico,” at the Pratt Institute’s Digital Spatialities Workshop.
Co-director of CSSD working group delivers three presentations at the 2019 Gender and Cultures of Equality (GRACE) Conference in Holland.
The co-director of the CSSD working group Unpayable Debt has launched a project to acknowledge unrecognized and unpaid services in Puerto Rico communities.
Co-Director of the CSSD working group Unpayable Debt interviewed by Worlds Without Borders about life in San Juan and the influence the city has had on her work.
Co-director of CSSD working group Unpayable Debt: Capital, Violence, and the New Global Economy pens essay on the history of population expulsion policies in Puerto Rico.
The Valor y Cambio project is a response to the current economic crisis faced by the Caribbean island.
Columbia College student Arianna Scott reflects on a recent event held by CSSD working group Unpayable Debt.
Co-director of CSSD working group Unpayable Debt questions terminology use in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Digital Resource to Study Debt and the Caribbean just published by Unpayable Debt working group
Frances Negrón-Muntaner, Co-Director of the CSSD Project Unpayable Debt: Capital, Violence, and the New Global Economy, recently published the essay “Blackout: What Darkness Illuminated in Puerto Rico” in both English and Italian as part of the exhibit “Blackout: Allora & Calzadilla” at the Maxxi Museum in Rome.
Co-director of the CSSD project Unpayable Debt, Frances Negrón-Muntaner, is interviewed by EuropeNow as part of their special feature on Diversity, Security, Mobility: Challenges for Eastern Europe.